Coldspring Announces Release Of Personal Reflections® System 2.2

December 4, 2013
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Cold Spring, Minn. Coldspring – a leading manufacturer and distributer of bronze memorials and fabricator of natural stone in North America – has announced enhancements to their Personal Reflections Memorial Design System. An online tool that consolidates memorial selection, design and ordering into a single, seamless process, Personal Reflection’s unique, web-based interactive process displays full color photographic renderings of a customized memorial, updated in real-time, with the options chosen by the family member.
Personal Reflections 2.2 includes the control and functionality of 2.0 with several enhancements. The new system includes expanded offerings for memorial benches, crypt plaques and niche front plaques and improved system functionality which includes an improved scroll feature and easy-to-use order form. Coupled with the current program, these new features will add flexibility and speed to the memorial selection process.
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“We are excited to bring this expanded product line and improved system features to our current Personal Reflections users,” said Chad Althaus, Director of Design Services at Coldspring. “In addition, Coldspring has also increased the Personal Reflections service team to dedicate more resources to support our customers. Dante Dugan, our newest team member and Personal Reflections trainer, is available to our users to provide ongoing training and support.”  As Coldspring continues to enhance this software tool, watch for additional product updates, including vases for flush sandblast memorials and contoured bronze memorials which will be available in the near future.
To find out more information about these improved service offerings for Coldspring’s Personal Reflections program, please contact the Coldspring office at 800.328.2312 or via email at PersonalReflections@coldspringusa.com.

About Coldspring
From bronze and natural stone to industrial and diamond tooling products, Coldspring has been serving the architectural, memorial, residential and industrial markets for more than 115 years. Headquartered in Cold Spring, Minn., the company owns and operates multiple facilities across the country, including a bronze foundry, 30 quarries and five fabrication locations. They employ more than 900 employees throughout North America. To learn more about Coldspring, visit www.coldspringusa.com.
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